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This is a wonderful hands on activity that shows each of the phases of the water cycle. Students could work in groups to create their own environment and explain to the class how each phase took place.

Mini Water Cycle Fun

Are you looking for a fun, hands-on approach to teaching students about the water cycle? Check out this super-cool project from Classroom Freebies! Try making these mini water cycle models from rotisserie chicken containers!

White and Gold Wedding. DIRECTIONS: Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar of water. Add diamond glitter. Seal the top with a lid. Shake. ~ Voila!

Fairies in a jar

Fairies in a jar. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter Seal the top with a lid. ( glow sticks at the Dollar Tree. used a mason jar that I had left over from the Salt Art in a Jar project.

Gobstoppers Experiment

Brose's grade science class are discovering which water temperature Gobstoppers will dissolve the fastest.

orange glow water glowing water

Cool thread about water to hlow under black light. Glowing water is so EASY TO MAKE, and can be used to make glowing flubber, glowing bubbles, glowing Crystals. You can also make 3 other GLOW water colors!

Water, water everywhere ... A super foldable idea! (Somewhat aligned, needs adjustment) Content Statement: 7th Grade  Earth and Space Science-The hydrologic cycle illustrates the changing states of water as it moves through the lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere.

Water, water everywhere . A super foldable idea! Content Statement: Grade Earth and Space Science-The hydrologic cycle illustrates the changing states of water as it moves through the lithosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere.

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Train Up a Child: Glow Water and Water Beads - use the glow water to make glowing oobleck with a black light

Perfect fun candy experiments for the beginning of school.  Talk about getting your students excited about science while teaching scientific method!

Perfect fun candy experiments for the beginning of school. Talk about getting your students excited about science while teaching scientific method!

Jelly Bean Science and Math  Fun with Little Learners conducted a colorful experiment that demonstrates the effects of carbonated soda on jelly beans. An experiment you can taste! Click here to see the full tutorial!

Jelly Bean Science and Math Fun with Little Learners conducted a colorful experiment that demonstrates the effects of carbonated soda on jelly beans. An experiment you can taste!

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